Applied Chemical Engineering

ISSN: 2578-2010 (Online)

Applied Chemical Engineering (ACE) is an international Open Access journal that publishes original research discoveries related to all areas of applied chemical engineering. This journal covers bio-energy, environmental chemical engineering, resources, pollution, reaction kinetics, chemical process, nanotechnology, bioreactors, catalysis, material synthesis, and other applied research.

 

ACE publishes original research articles, review articles, letters, editorials, commentaries, perspectives, position papers, etc.



 

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Vol 4, No 1 (Published)

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Table of Contents

Original Research Articles

H. M. Abdel-Ghafar , E. A. Abdel-Aal , D. El-Sayed , J. Hoinkis
VIEWS - 306 (Abstract)

Pages: 1-8
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Original Research Articles

Maykel Courel , Miriam M. Nicolás , Osvaldo Vigil-Galán
VIEWS - 418 (Abstract)

Pages: 9-14
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Original Research Articles

Wameath S. Abdul-Majeed
VIEWS - 173 (Abstract)

Pages: 15-22
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Original Research Articles

Fathy A. Abdel-Wahab , Heba Abdel Maksoud
VIEWS - 243 (Abstract)

Pages: 23-32
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Original Research Articles

Swarnalata Sahoo , Smita Mohanty , Sanjay Kumar Nayak
VIEWS - 366 (Abstract)

Pages: 33-40
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Original Research Articles

Mahfoozurrahman Khan , Ali Mohammad , Qasim Ullah , Faiz Mohammad
VIEWS - 226 (Abstract)

Pages: 41-55
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